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Royal Naval Biography/Wray, Henry


HENRY WRAY, Esq.
[Commander.]

Commanded the Advice cutter, on Channel service, during the Spanish armament, in 1790; and the Flora hired armed ship, employed in convoying the trade to and from Ireland in 1794. He obtained the rank of commander in June 1795; and was soon afterwards appointed to the Seagull sloop, in which vessel he continued, on the North Sea and Channel stations, for nearly five years. He died in 1825.